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janitors-Mac-mini:~ id$ sudo bless -mount / -firmware /System/Library/Core Services/Firmware\ Updates/EFIUpdater -payload /System/Library/Core Services/Firmware\ Updates/LOCKED_MM11_0055_08-options "-x efi-apple-payload0-data" --verbose* if problem reasing the EFI updater files, then you will be sent back immediately to the regular boot OS X startup screen.
remember to CHMOD 777 both the updater files you copied to System, as to make them world-readable by any boot-time unix system user ids* however "System Profiler.app" should now report "macmini2,1" hardware revision.
In this article we’re going to look at upgrading your first Angular JS (1.x) component, a simple todo app, across to Angular (v2 ) code.
We’ll compare the API differences, templating syntaxes and hopefully it’ll shed some light on upgrading to Angular, and well as making it appear less daunting.
I want to try upgrading first though since it is easier (at least in theory.) Starting up with Jenkins 2 Loading Jenkins showed a nice banner with a big button to click So I clicked the “upgrade now” button. Changing the state of plugins at this time is strongly discouraged. That odd phrasing was because what really happened was: Jenkins 2 claims to be fully backwards compatible. What did change What I noticed very quickly Actually using pipelines Granted Pipelines were available in Jenkins 1.
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